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Dungeon Siege II
Game Description:The ambitious sequel to Chris Taylor's best-selling, award-winning action role-playing game (RPG) Dungeon Siege. Dungeon Siege II casts players into a land deeply scarred by civil war, where they lead an elite battle party against a vicious marauder hell-bent on bringing the world under his control, no matter the cost. Dungeon Siege II raises the bar for action-RPGs by introducing a deeper storyline, an extensive quest system and a new AI system creating more challenging and cunning foes.
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  • DICE 2009: Gas Powered Games CEO/Founder Chris Taylor Interview

    TheFeed's Raymond Padilla pitches joke-for-joke in this wily interview with Gas Powered Games' Founder/CEO Chris Taylor at DICE 2009. Known for his humor in the development community, as well as being a PC RTS god, Taylor touches on everything: Gas Powered Games' new Square-Enix publishing relationship, RTS gaming on consoles, surviving as a...

    Posted February 20, 2009| 8 Comments

    DICE 2009: Gas Powered Games CEO/Founder Chris Taylor Interview
  • DICE 2009: Chris Taylor Interview - Funniest Dev Ever

    Posted: February 20, 2009

    8,819 Views | 11:01 | 2 Comments

  • Dungeon Siege II

    Posted: September 14, 2005

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